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139 reviews
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Everyone 10+
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About this app

Rebassed - The Only Place for Bass! What a difference a dB makes. One convenient source for all the Rebassed music & features you've always wanted. 100% Free, Fast & Awesome!

Our Android application available on the Google Play Store offers the convenient feature of downloading music files. However, it's important to note that these files are encrypted to align with relevant international laws. These downloaded tracks are exclusively playable within this app and aren't compatible with other devices. Worth mentioning is that this app operates independently and does not synchronize your login information, playlists, or preferences from the platform. Despite this distinction, the audio content remains identical.

Rebassed operates as a Platform as a Service (PAAS) catering to personal and non-commercial use for audio equipment testing, with a primary focus on SPL and SQ car audio culture. Our utilization of portions of musical works involves meticulous editing, remixing, remastering, and frequency adjustments to suit specific tuning and testing requirements. Under the fair use principles of the U.S. copyright statute, these altered works are permissible for educational, critical, analytical, news reporting, and research purposes. It's crucial to highlight that we do not generate profit from these works, as our application is freely accessible, and we explicitly bar profit-driven entities from leveraging our services. It's also noteworthy that platforms like YouTube (owned by Google) host billions of copyrighted and trademarked audio and video materials. We neither possess nor assert ownership over the original trademarks or copyrights of any content except our in-house creations accessible through our app. All rights pertaining to any copyrighted or trademarked content remain vested in the original content owners.

Contrary to common assumptions, Rebassed music transcends mere bass boosting or heavy equalization (known as "hot" tracks). In actuality, most Rebassed music is quieter than the original tracks, typically hovering around -0.5 dB. Rebassed editors generally process their edits within the range of -2 dB to -7.5 dB. While many individuals have experience with equalizers and may raise sliders from 0 dB to +6 dB or even +12 dB, Rebassing takes a divergent approach by starting with negative decibel levels—essentially eq'ing down rather than up. The essence of Rebassing involves the removal of bass frequencies from a track, followed by their replacement with an array of distinct, well-defined bass frequencies, forming a solid foundation upon which the audio composition is constructed. Most Rebassers also undertake remastering efforts to enhance their tracks. The resulting experience offers a unique perspective on audio.

With a diverse global audience, and our complimentary mobile application have garnered a widespread following. Testimonies from individuals range from grandmothers praising the enhanced sound quality of their cherished songs to participants winning world audio SPL competitions using our edits containing specific frequency ranges tailored to their setups. Whether you're using budget headphones, a standard car radio, or a premium $200,000 custom car audio system, Rebassed remains the ultimate destination for bass enthusiasts.

While other online platforms exist, we advocate for using Rebassed to stream clean, non-clipped, and non-distorted music. The rationale is clear: while YouTube is undeniably popular and functional, its maximum audio bitrate of 126 kbps translates to highly compressed audio that lacks clarity. Furthermore, fluctuating audio stream quality due to internet congestion and varying data speeds can lead to unintentional clipping and distortion, which could potentially harm your equipment. For lossless, low-compression, high-quality audio streaming of rebassed, remastered, remixed, chopped, and screwed music edits, Rebassed is your ideal choice.
Updated on
Nov 3, 2023

Data safety

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Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

129 reviews
Richard Hilburn
September 26, 2023
Used to love this app. And I used it literally every day and told everyone about it!! Been with rebassed since their first app. But yesterday when I tried using the app it wouldn't open and it says unauthorized access. Invalid package name. Tried clearing all the data.. no change. Even Uninstalled the app and reinstalled it. With no luck.. I've sent hundreds of my audio customers to rebassed.. and it's a shame that I can no longer enjoy it myself 😥
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November 6, 2023
The app is available again. Inflation has caused most people to make changes, and keeping the app free is a challenge most months. I'm doing my best Sir.
Rip'N With Big'N
June 25, 2022
App won't play music correctly (i e skips) when you do not have the app actually open, switching songs takes a long time sometimes like you'll click on a new song and then it'll play literally a minute later. Umm what else oh when you hit back in the app it literally takes you back to the home screen not to where you just were. Shouldn't have to pay for an app that only works half the time.
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April 12, 2023
We have updated the app to a completely new code and version. Should work great for you now.
G Arroyo
May 1, 2022
Great artists and great music. It's really gets your subwoofers moving. My head unit acts up with this app I have to keep it unlocked with the screen light up or it won't go to the next song and start playing another app I have on my phone. But I think I have to do with my headunit.
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May 1, 2022
Thank you for the review. Here's what I suggest: Open Chrome, then go to our site. Once there, Tap the menu icon (3 dots in upper right-hand corner) and tap Add to homescreen. You'll be able to enter a name for the shortcut and then Chrome will add it to your home screen. Use that and see how it performs. It should work better for you.